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Animals

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  • In Theory: Should churches take a position on fracking?

    In Theory: Should churches take a position on fracking?
    Having recently made legal claims to historical gas and mineral rights under vast tracts of British land, the Church of England has taken a position against those who oppose hydraulic fracturing, or fracking — the process of breaking up rock...
  • READER SUBMITTED: An Evening With A Dog Listener @ Cragin Memorial Library

    Why do our dogs do what they do? Learn how to communicate with dogs in their own language so they can come to peace in the human world that they do not understand. Cragin Memorial Library will host a discussion by Dog Listener Pat Wright on Thursday,...
  • Former service dog provides comfort to Cornerstone Hospice veterans

    Former service dog provides comfort to Cornerstone Hospice veterans
    TAVARES — The German shepherd named Idol can contact 911, wake someone from a nightmare, break a fall when a person loses his balance — a special dog who is about to be named an official Marine. Trained to help soldiers with traumatic...
  • Gardening events: Birds, butterflies and more

    Birds and herbs in April Two programs this month at the Williamsburg Botanical Garden offer birding information for kids and herb garden maintenance for adults. The programs are free, but a $5 donation is suggested by the garden. For more information,...
  • Spring brings seasonal sights, sounds of chirping baby birds

    Bluebirds have been at it for weeks, and hummingbirds will be at it soon – nesting and feeding baby birds. It's part of the magic of the spring season, an annual ritual that never grows old or boring. Why do birds nest where they do – in...
  • Friends of the Animals

    Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School's Friends of the Animals club started when students fostered and found homes for some kittens they found. In the roughly 10 years since, it's become a popular mainstay at the Southwest Ranches school, growing...
  • Doris Day at 90: 'I've had an amazing life'

    Doris Day at 90: 'I've had an amazing life'
    UPDATED: Doris Day turns 90 on Thursday, and she sounds chipper in an interview with Closer Weekly. "All I ever wanted in my life was to get married, have kids, keep house and cook, and even though I did all these things, I still ended up in Hollywood,"...
  • Coachella pit bull Gideon left to die, but wins hearts worldwide

    Coachella pit bull Gideon left to die, but wins hearts worldwide
    When she first saw him, cuts covered his beaten body, fear shimmered in his eyes. Whoever owned the starving pit bull had abandoned him near the Coachella desert, possibly for months, before Annie Hart of the Bill Foundation drove from Los Angeles to...
  • Animal services and local restaurant host "Woof!" pet adoption carnival

    What does a county agency that cares for abandoned or abused animals, and a local restaurant, have in common? The answer; Woof! Lake County Animal Services and the Hurricane Dockside Grill restaurant are teaming up to host an upcoming “Woof&...
  • Nickelodeon's 'Sam and Cat' On Hiatus Amid Tension Behind the Scenes

    "Sam and Cat" is the hottest live-action series entry on Nickelodeon in the past few years, but the pressure of a 40-episode production schedule seems to be wearing on its teenage stars, Jenette McCurdy and Ariana Grande. The series has gone on hiatus...
  • Holiday Park may get bark park

    Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale could be going to the dogs soon. City commissioners have approved spending $50,000 for a bark park at the city park on Sunrise Boulevard. The project needs another $30,000, which the Victoria Park Civic Association is...